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Pixel gap at the edge of some layers in the preview

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Dec 09, 2023 Dec 09, 2023

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Photoshop version: 25.2.0 20231121.r.196 12a6c2a x64

OS and Version: Mac OS 13.3.0


Expected result: Photoshop should render all layers without gaps at the edge of the preview (what is displayed on the screen when editing an image) at all zoom levels 
Actual result: Photoshop renders the preview with a gap at the edge of the screen for some layers at some zoom levels

 

Demo file, screenshots, and system info attached

 

Produced the issue by creating an image with a canvas size of 3418 by 5079, filling the image with content from pasted images and merging everything into one raster layer (labeled "Image" in the demo file), cutting out an area near the bottom right corner of the screen (the block missing from the bottom right corner of the "Image" layer), and using generative fill to generate a new layer over the image that covers the area cut out from the bottom right corner. The issue was present after these steps - at some zoom levels there was a visible gap at the edge of the screen only for some layers. I rasterized the generative fill layer and removed the layer mask and this did not resolve the problem (this is the state that the demo file is in - I also removed irrelevant parts of the "Image" layer).

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